Ethnic Channels Group

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Ethnic Channels Group Limited
Type Private company
Industry Broadcasting & Communications
Founded 2004
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario
Key people

Slava Levin, CEO -

Hari Srinivas, President
Products TV broadcasting & distribution
Owner(s) Slava Levin and other Investors
Website www.ethnicchannels.com

Ethnic Channels Group (ECG) is a Canadian television broadcasting, distribution and communications company, specializing in multicultural television channels for the Canadian and United States markets. ECG has been in operation since 2004 and was co-founded by Slava Levin.

Canadian operations[edit]

Ethnic Channels Group owns and operates 56 Canadian television channels. In addition, they are the official Canadian distributor for an additional 9 channels. The channels are available through the following Canadian providers: Bell TV, Cogeco, Rogers Cable, Shaw Cable, Bell Fibe TV, MTS, SaskTel and Telus TV (IPTV & satellite).

Ethnic Channels Group operates/distributes the following channels:

USA Operations[edit]

In 2009, Ethnic Channels Group launched a US division – Ethnic Channels Group Inc. (USA), through which it operates and distributes various ethnic channels to the United States cable and satellite market. ECG distributes the following channels in the USA, all of which are available via Dish Network:

NEXTV[edit]

Main article: NEXTV

In November 2007, Ethnic Channels Group launched NEXTV, an IPTV service that distributes various packages of international channels to consumers in Canada, United States and Australia, via broadband.

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